The U.S. Air Force has selected Telos to automate risk management and compliance functions for the service branch’s two enterprise network environments.
Telos said Wednesday it will provide its Xacta suite of information technology risk management and compliance automation tools to support the Air Force’s Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Network and Secret Internet Protocol Router Network.
John Wood, chairman and CEO of Telos, said the company seeks to help the service branch comply with President Donald Trump’s cybersecurity executive order and adopt a National Institute of Standards and Technology framework and the federal cloud-first policy.
The company will also provide software implementation, training, migration and subject matter transition services to the Air Force.
Xacta is designed to help users continuously monitor accreditation boundaries on premises and in cloud or hybrid IT environments.
The product suite comprises Xacta 360, Xacta Continuum and Xacta Compliance Campaign Manager.